United States has the simplest yet most complex marketplace in terms of healthcare. It has the trifecta of high cost, unequal access, and often below average outcomes compared to other highly developed nations. Although Americans’ life expectancy and health have improved over the past century, these gains have lagged behind those in other high-income countries. This health disadvantage prevails even though the US spends far more per person on health care than any other nation. The US has healthcare provided by many different legal entities from private and public. It does not technically provide universal healthcare but with the recent Obamacare initiative it now provides equal access and fines to those who do not have healthcare.
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